Well folks, as promised, here are the pictures that were sent to us after we asked you to send in a view from inside your geek den. Congratulation to Matthew A. Cruley, who won the prize for the coolest (and tidiest!) setup, and to Chance Gearhart, who won the messiest one (although this could be debatable!)
From Stephen Bohman, a sturdy construction built upon the shoulders of geeky action figures. Also, +++ for web browsing activities.
From Tibor Foldesi, a portable setup featuring gadgets galore and fantastic reading material.
From Samantha Handler, the desk of a medical student, perhaps? Or maybe she just has a thing for skulls. Either way, it’s rather atmospheric.
From Roger Kizer: View screen on! I just want to pick up his mouse and ask politely, “Hello, computer?”
From Sailor Aedd, a streamlined approach – portable, but you’ll want to take the picture with you!
From Robin, dual monitors so you can check your email and read [GAS] at the same time. +++ multitasking.
From Matthew A. Cruley, a setup that makes you feel like you’re working in the green, green grass. (Or you could open the window!)
From Richard Darzynkiewicz, it’s obvious that the cat owns this joint.
From Andrew Matthews, who could be attempting to turn his workspace into an IMAX.
From Kabelo Masuku, because there’s nothing wrong with favoring communication over decoration.
From Jeremy Rivera – is that a framed picture of Google next to one of your significant other? Niiiice.
From James Tandy, a snapshot of his desk at work. If the screens represent his usual work product, I’d like to know where that is.
Also from James Tandy, a shot of home, where cute girls give way to cute puppies.
From Ian G. Case, another setup that convinces me that cute dogs are definitely an upgrade.
From Frank Pena, a geeky artist’s space.
From Francisco Saavedra, a testament to his TV multitasking skills.
From Chance Gearhart, a desk at work that makes me think he probably has way too many things to do at once.
From Carlos Ilamacho, a streamlined setup with more +++ web browsing.
From Benjamin Lainhart, a shot of Rigby, his boxer, staring longingly at his setup. (P.S. I adore The Blind Assassin.)
From Arhat_Mad, lots of geeky reading material, plus a yellow hairy thing that is freaking me out just a little.
From Anonymous, a setup that shows the disorganized chaos of a creative, geeky mind (plus teddy bears).
From Chance Gearhart, a home setup that may be a geeky packrat’s dream.
And finally, from Chris A. Mercier… I’m not sure where to begin with this one. The bottle of tabasco, maybe? Always be prepared, I say!